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Posted Wednesday, January 23, 2013 8:36 AM
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Can Somebody answer this simply and briefly please? "We are experiencing long delays with SQL on the client replicating to the up-stream database server. Explain how what areas you would look at and how you would troubleshoot those areas?
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"We are experiencing long delays
1. Check the latency for the subscription/publication in the replication monitor, 2. Check for errors, 3) How many undistributed commands do you have for each problematic subscription? 4) Ask your System guys to check the network bandwidth usage between the 2 points - in the past I've experienced issues with millions of commands falling behind because there was simply too much going on across the pipe


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Posted Wednesday, January 23, 2013 9:03 AM


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So, how would you start?



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